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Florida Today and Daily Record – July 2, 2012 – Professor Catherine Cameron

Professor Catherine Cameron did an interview with Florida Today on July 2 about the Supreme Court ruling regarding Stolen Valor that says that lying about having military honors is an exercise of free speech. The story also ran in the Daily Record.… » Read more
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United Press International – March 14, 2012 – Adjunct Professor James B. Lake

Stetson Law adjunct professor James B. Lake discusses controversy over a U.S. flag depicting President Obama for the Orlando Sentinel, UPI and MSNBC story, “Democratic group removes Obama flag.”… » Read more
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USA Today January 2011 Professor Louis Virelli

Professor Louis Virelli spoke with USA Today about free speech and a law restricting people from playing car stereos audible to police officers on patrol.
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Tampa Tribune December 2010 Professor Charles Rose

Professor Charles Rose spoke with the Tampa Tribune about the author of a book for pedophiles being arrested.
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